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Super Senses
L1 - U5

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Unit Overview:

  • Short Vowel Sounds (a, e, i, o, u)

  • Consonant Sounds (r, w, k, v)

  • The 5 Senses

  • Body Parts & Senses

  • K vs. C Sound

  • W vs. V Sound

  • Comparatives / Superlatives

  • Basic Foods

  • Short vs. Long Vowel Sounds

  • R Sound: Rat, Rose, Ring, Red, Room, Rabbit, Rainbow, Red, Rad, Rot, Run

  • W Sound: Wolf, Watch, Well, Wagon, Water, Walk, Win, Wag, Wade, Wane

  • K Sound: Koala, Kick, Kangaroo, King, Kiss, Kite, Kit, Kid, Ark, Ask

  • V Sound: Vase, Vest, Violin, Van, Vet, Vine

  • The 5 Senses: See, Hear, Taste, Smell, Touch

  • Body Parts: Head, Eyes, Ears, Tongue, Nose

  • Adjectives: Bright, Dark, Loud, Quiet, Soft, Hard, Gross, Bad, Okay, Good, Delicious

  • Phonics: Can, Cop, Cut, Key, Kit, Vet, Wet, Made, Mate, Site, Mope, Cute, Gate

  • To Be Verb: I am, You are, He is, She is, It is, We are, They are

  • Foods: Pizza, Meat, Cheese, Peppers, Onion, Oranges, Cake

  • Comparing Sizes: Big/Bigger/Biggest, Small/Smaller/Smallest, Short/Shorter/Shortest, Tall/Taller/Tallest

  • What do you see/hear? I see/hear a lion.

  • What do you taste/smell/touch? I taste/smell/touch the pizza. 

  • How do you see/hear? I see/hear with my eyes/ears.

  • How do you smell/taste? I smell/taste with my nose/tongue.

  • How do you touch? I touch with my hands. 

  • How does this look/feel? This looks bright/dark/soft/hard.

  • What kind of sound is it? It is a loud/quiet sound. 

  • What does she/he/they see/hear/touch/taste/smell/feel? 

  • How does it taste/smell? It tastes/smells gross/bad/okay/good/delicious.

  • Which one is bigger/smaller? The butterfly/turtle is bigger/smaller.

  • Which one is the biggest/smallest? The watermelon/kiwi is the biggest/smallest.

Lesson 1: Consonants R & W

Great start to Unit 5! You’re doing wonderfully learning about the consonant “r” and “w” sounds.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: talking, dancing, playing, painting, reading, rabbit, roses, water, watch, walks

  • Sentences: Practice saying, “I like to [activity].” For example, “I like to talk.”


Lesson 2: Consonants K & V

You’re progressing nicely with consonant sounds “f” and “l”. Use our vocabulary words to practice these sounds at home.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: fish, farm, face, light, love, lunch

  • Sentences: Try sentences like, “This is a [noun].” For example, “This is a fish.”


Lesson 3: The Five Senses

Fantastic job exploring your five senses with English today! Understanding the 5 senses adds depth to your language skills and helps you talk about the world around you.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: Sight, Touch, Taste, Smell, Hearing

  • Sentences: Practice questions like, “What do you [sense]?” For example, “What do you see?” “I see a ___.”


Lesson 4: Senses & The Body

You’re doing great! Learning about senses like sight and hearing is essential for understanding descriptions. Practice talking about what you taste and smell while eating food this week.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: Sight, Touch, Taste, Smell, Hearing, Eyes, Ears, Nose, Hand, Mouth, Tongue

  • Sentences: Practice saying, “I [sense] with my [body part].” For example, “I see with my eyes.”


Lesson 5: See, Hear, Touch

Excellent job describing your senses using adjectives today! Keep describing things that you sense at home.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: Bright, Dark, Quiet, Loud

  • Sentences: “How does it look?” “It looks bright/dark.” “How does it sound?” “It sounds quiet/loud.”


Lesson 6: Taste & Smell

You are an expert explorer of the senses. You’re doing wonderfully with descriptive adjectives like delicious and gross. Keep going up!

  • Vocabulary to Practice: Good, Bad, Delicious, Gross

  • Sentences: “How does it taste/smell?” “It tastes/smells good/bad/delicious/gross.” 


Lesson 7: V vs. W / C vs. K

You’re mastering language skills by describing your senses! We continued looking at similar letters today and noticing the difference in their sounds. Use our vocabulary words to practice V vs. W and C vs. K. 

  • Vocabulary to Practice: Can, Cop, Cut, Key, Kit, Kite, Vet, Wet, 

  • Sentences: Make sentences using the “to be” verb. “I am a student.” “They are kids.” “He is a boy.”


Lesson 8: Senses & Food

Fantastic job discussing food in English today! Understanding these words enriches your ability to describe tastes and your food preferences.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: Meat, Cheese, Onion, Pepper

  • Sentences: Practice sentences like, “It tastes [adjective].” For example, “It tastes delicious.” or “It tastes gross.”


Lesson 9: Grading Sizes

Great work learning how to use comparatives and superlatives today! This is an essential skill for making comparisons in English. Remember, we use comparatives (smaller/bigger) when we compare two things and superlatives (smallest/biggest) when we compare three or more things.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: Big, Bigger, Biggest, Small, Smaller, Smallest

  • Sentences: Try sentences like, “The [noun] is [comparative/superlative].” For example, “The elephant is bigger.” or “The mouse is the smallest.”


Lesson 10: Review

Congratulations! You have completed Unit 5: Super Senses!  You’ve come a long way on your English voyage and should be super proud of yourself for all your hard work!

  • Vocabulary to Practice: Sight, Touch, Taste, Smell, Hearing, Eyes, Ears, Nose, Hand, Mouth, Tongue, Bright, Dark, Quiet, Loud, Good, Bad,  Delicious, Gross, Meat, Cheese, Onion, Pepper, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Small, Smaller, Smallest

  • Sentences: Continue practicing sentences from previous lessons.